Little Things Couples Always Forget To Do Before Their Wedding Day

Posted by Kerri Mosher on November 25, 2016 in Blog |

Planning a wedding can be quite stressful and time-consuming. More often than not, as newly weds, will tell you little things slip through the cracks. These details probably don’t seem important right now. But just wait until you get to your wedding day. It’s not an exaggeration to say that forgetting about these things could turn the whole event into a complete disaster. So, what details are we talking about here?

Writing The Vows


Congratulations if you and your partner have decided to write your own vows. It’s an incredibly romantic gesture and one that will make your wedding even more special… if you remember them. There’s every possibility that you completely forget to write your vows until a few days before the wedding. This tends to happen because couples put off writing the vows as they simply don’t know what to say. Don’t worry, this doesn’t mean that you don’t love your partner. Some of us just aren’t wordsmiths and can’t make romance sound like poetry. Here is some advice for those struggling with vows right now. Write something down early and correct it or amend it later. At least then you’ll have words written down even if it’s not a work of art.

Learning To Dance


I know a lot of people who get married and have never danced a step in beat in their life. It’s quite common but it does look a bit awkward. Particularly, when the DJ announces your first dance as man and wife, or wife and wife. If you think that you’re going to make a fool of yourself, there’s an easy way to fix it. You can take wedding dance lessons and ensure that you look like a true star. If you talk to a company that offers this service, you’ll probably be surprised how many couples take the step. After all, you want your wedding to be perfect. Standing on the sidelines while everyone else is dancing the night away can ruin things.

Special Requirements


Your wedding is not just about you or indeed your partner. It’s about everyone you invite to the ceremony and the reception. You don’t want anyone to feel as though their needs haven’t been catered for, in some cases literally. For instance, you do want to make sure that there is a vegetarian option on the menu. You should also think about whether kids are coming to the wedding and what they’ll eat. Then there’s access for the disabled. All these little things can mean a lot of guests are unhappy at your wedding and you don’t want that.

Tut Tut, Looks Like Rain


Finally, if any part of your wedding is happening outside, plan for bad weather. Even if the forecast is sunny blue skies, it’s better to be prepared. If you have a backup plan, you can guarantee that you don’t end up looking like a drowned rat in your wedding photos.

I hope you remember these details when planning your own wedding. I certainly wouldn’t want your special day to turn into a nightmare!


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